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'''Brucie's Executive Lifestyle Autos''' is a car dealership and garage in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] run by [[Brucie Kibbutz]] and based in northern [[East Hook]], [[Broker]], [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]]. The company is touted as a "high end" dealership and engineering workshop for sports cars, but in reality focuses on pointless superficial upgrades and performance tweaks that drive the original price of the sports cars down. [[Lenny (GTA IV)|Lenny]] is depicted in multiple cutscenes to be working as a mechanic at the workshop.
 
'''Brucie's Executive Lifestyle Autos''' is a car dealership and garage in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] run by [[Brucie Kibbutz]] and based in northern [[East Hook]], [[Broker]], [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]]. The company is touted as a "high end" dealership and engineering workshop for sports cars, but in reality focuses on pointless superficial upgrades and performance tweaks that drive the original price of the sports cars down. [[Lenny (GTA IV)|Lenny]] is depicted in multiple cutscenes to be working as a mechanic at the workshop.
  

Revision as of 12:11, 18 January 2013

Exterior of Brucie's Excecutive Lifestyle Autos in GTA IV.
Interior.

Brucie's Executive Lifestyle Autos is a car dealership and garage in Grand Theft Auto IV run by Brucie Kibbutz and based in northern East Hook, Broker, Liberty City. The company is touted as a "high end" dealership and engineering workshop for sports cars, but in reality focuses on pointless superficial upgrades and performance tweaks that drive the original price of the sports cars down. Lenny is depicted in multiple cutscenes to be working as a mechanic at the workshop.

The workshop is suspected by the police to be a front for Brucie's chop shop and car theft operation; and is a primary location in the "Exotic Exports" side-quest when the player is tasked to steal ten cars for Brucie and delivery them to the workshop.

The dealership features its own website, bruciesexecutivelifestyleautos.com.

Trivia

  • As evidenced by its faded signage, the building housing Brucie's Excecutive Lifestyle Autos was formerly occupied by one "Beale Moving & Storage".